History of the Borders reiving clans marked by festivalRead the full story ›
Police are carrying out investigations following a spate of break-ins and thefts in both Hawick and the rural areas of Allerdale.Read the full story ›
Officers were called to a property in Ramsay Road on Wednesday January 31 after a Ford Focus left the road and collided with a property.Read the full story ›
A joint police and fire investigation is underway to determine the 'unexplained' death of a man killed in a house fire in the Scottish Borders.
Emergency services were called to The Corn Mill in Hawick just before 10am, where the body of a man was discovered and he was pronounced dead at the scene.
A report will be sent to the Procurator Fiscal.
Andrew Goodfellow, aged 77, had been travelling on a mobility scooter on the road to Hassendean, near Knowetownhead Townhouse.Read the full story ›
Police in the Scottish Borders are appealing for witnesses after a man was found dead in the roadway in Hawick.Read the full story ›
The first meeting of a new working group for Hawick's flood protection scheme is due to take place later this month.
Scottish Borders Council is forming two groups to look at traffic management and the impact of the £44million scheme on the townscape.
The groups will give residents the chance to have their say as the detailed designs are drawn up. Previously, plans for the scheme received almost 50 objections from residents.
A cafe in Hawick's Wilton Lodge Park that was meant to open back in April has had its open date delayed until the start of February.
The café is part of a £3.6m regeneration project, funded by Scottish Borders Council and The Big Lottery Fund. New facilities in the park include a children's play area, cycle paths, an upgraded bandstand and a walled garden.
However, the cafe building has been unoccupied, and will remain closed for a further three months.
Councillor Stuart Marshall says local residents are not happy with the delays:
64-year-old James Miller died after his car was in collision with a lorry travelling in the opposite direction.Read the full story ›
Each of the lambs were found to have serious head wounds, with three having had both of their ears completely ripped off.Read the full story ›